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Sherry’s Run

Posted by Tony Kohanski On September 18, 2015

Categories: Communication, News

I love to see our community out and about sporting t shirts they had printed at SPI. This is a recent pic of a group participating in Sherry's run this past weekend. Keep us in mind if you need apparel for your group or organization.

Need Promotional Products?

Posted by Tony Kohanski On September 9, 2015

Categories: Communication

Advertising your business is the best way to keep your name fresh on your customers mind.  Promotional products are a inexpensive way to do that.  They make great gifts to customers and employees, and are good hand outs at conventions and events.  Look today for some ways to keep your name in the forefront of your customers minds.  Here is a...

Customer Service

Posted by Tony Kohanski On November 25, 2014

Categories: Uncategorized

Customer service is really pretty simple, right? Treat people the way you want to be treated. It's the golden rule in life and business. If you go over and beyond to assist a customer with an issue, or give them a little something extra when they aren't expecting it, you're more likely to make an impression that keeps them coming back for more. We...

Facebook Page

Posted by Tony Kohanski On August 13, 2014

Categories: Uncategorized

SPI is proud to announce the launch of our brand new website along with adding a brand new Facebook page. We ask that you like us on Facebook so you can keep up with the specials we will be running each month.  Also when you place an order post a pic of your group wearing their shirts, and be sure to let us know how much you liked them.  Thanks...

Screen Printing And Its History

Posted by Tony Kohanski On August 11, 2014

Categories: News

Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil to receive a desired image. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink or other printable materials which can be pressed through the mesh as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate. A fill blade or squeegee is moved across...